Tenn. IC Bus dealer names new account manager

Posted on November 27, 2012

Ashley Hailston has joined Cumberland IC Bus Sales in Nashville as bus account manager.
Ashley Hailston has joined Cumberland IC Bus Sales in Nashville as bus account manager.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Ashley Hailston has joined Cumberland IC Bus Sales as bus account manager.

Hailston previously served as executive director of student services for Daymar Colleges Group.

“Ashley’s background in education-related communication, paired with her energy and enthusiasm, make her a perfect fit for this position,” Matt Smart, Cumberland’s vice president of sales, said in an announcement.

Hailston said that she is “thrilled to join the Cumberland team” and looks forward to “working with schools across the state of Tennessee to help them achieve their long- and short-term transportation and safety goals.”

Related Topics: IC Bus, Tennessee

Comments ( 1 )
  • Lona Travis

     | about 3 years ago

    Good morning Ms. Ashley, could you please give me & Mr. Ronnie Holloway your cell phone number? Thanks,

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